Almost half of the British public believe Eastern European immigrants receive more in welfare and public services than they contribute in taxes, according to the latest ITV News Index.
Of the 2,058 adults surveyed by ComRes:
- 46% thought they receive more in welfare than they contribute in taxes
- 14% believed Eastern European immigrants contribute more than they receive
- 16% said they felt the amounts were about the same
- 23% did not know
The boss of Risby Park Farm said most of his workforce are Eastern European because British people aren't interested in working there.
Schools are having to work to help pupils who do not speak English natively - they insist they are adapting, but some locals are worried.
The streets are pretty quiet in the Romanian village of Racsa and then you realise why - it is missing an entire generation.